It was 50 years ago this week that Boardman’s Elizabeth “Biff” Hartman was nominated for the “Best Actress” Oscar.
The lone survivor of Friday’s shooting in Belfair, Washington is a child related to the victims.
A dash cam video shows the dump truck slamming into a car waiting at a red light, then running off the road and overturning.
Twenty nine test results were released during a recent round of water testing.
WKBN is keeping you up-to-date on crime in the Mahoning Valley.
Superintendent A.J. Calderone said the levels are below the Environmental Protection Agency’s federal action level.
Jacob LaRosa’s lawyers are now planning to take their appeal to the Ohio Supreme Court.
The Republican race for the White House was thrown into upheaval on Friday after the Governor of New Jersey announced his endorsement of bil…
Mahoning County Democratic Party chairman calls for Mayor John McNally’s resignation.
They cycle every 17 years and in the coming weeks cicadas will be making an appearance.
The second generation Cruze is ready to take the brand to new heights.
Police say a woman beat a man inside her home so severely it broke a metal broomstick into three pieces.
A man was arrested Thursday morning at Brookfield Middle School after showing up there intoxicated and covered in mud, according to police.
The show features concept, pre-production and production vehicles from the world’s auto manufacturers.
As of 12:01 a.m. pacific time, the Netflix original series is available to stream.
PennDOT says Interstate 79 is closed in both directions because of an accident.
The two Slippery Rock-based businesses were accused of mislabeling products.
The dog came from Canine Companions for Independence, and he will work with special education students at Campbell Elementary.
The final pretrial hearing in the Oakhill Renaissance corruption case started Friday morning.
A Salem woman who punched her 7-year-old daughter in the eye was sentenced to six months in jail.
A gunman opened fire at Excel Industries in Hesston, Kansas.
The Ohio Department of Health linked the outbreak to packaged salads produced in Springfield, Ohio.